Business analysts are often confused by the different types of requirements, particularly with functional requirements and non-functional requirements.
A business case provides the ‘why’ for the project, why are we doing this, why now, and why is the success of this project so important?
Written by: Donna Kirk – The Pro Forum Community of Practice Often thought of as an engineering process to test functions or usage, a stress test is used to diagnose just what it might take to break a process or [...]
Written by: Donna Kirk – The Pro Forum Community of Practice The last year has seen unmitigated stress placed on supply chains throughout the world which in turn has made procurements far more complicated than they have ever been before. [...]
Written by: Tara Palmer – The Pro Forum Community of Practice Tender evaluations can be a long and arduous process. Questions, clarity, an unenviable amount of information and deadlines can create considerable stress for all parties. On one hand we [...]
Written by: Donna Kirk – The Pro Forum Community of Practice Project Management as a discipline has evolved from a Cost| Quality| Time methodology to a less rigid approach that incorporates those non-technical skills of teamwork, conflict resolution, creative [...]
Written by: Karen Fischbach – Pro Leaders Academy Pty Ltd Each workday we take ourselves to our place of work. Many of us are on autopilot. The question is, do we take responsibility for what we actually do during the time [...]
Written by: Karen Fischbach – Pro Leaders Academy Pty Ltd Debriefing originated in the military as a live, situational learning tool. Teams in the field could literally learn on the spot what mistakes were made and why – critical [...]
Written by: Donna Kirk – Pro Leaders Academy Pty Ltd John Donne famously wrote, “No man is an island.” He could have been talking about a project because projects cannot be completed without drawing from resources outside of the project [...]
Written by: Karen Fischbach – Pro Leaders Academy Pty Ltd Requirements are a key stability and focus element of a Project. Scope is the starting point for understanding what is included in and excluded from the project. However, the [...]